The Times Union published a story about the “Be A Light” candle lighting ceremony that took place on National Nurses Day, May 6, at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany and Samaritan Hospital in Troy. The ceremony was to honor nurses throughout St. Peter’s Health Partners, and show the community that our health care workers can be a “light” during these dark times of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From the article:
In a gathering near twilight, nurses and staff from St. Peter’s Health Partners lined the streets outside of two of the network’s acute care campuses — St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany and Samaritan Hospital in Troy — for the dual “Be A Light” candlelighting ceremony.
Maintaining precautions and wearing masks, nurses and other staff passed a flame from colleague to colleague while standing on the sidewalk along South Manning Boulevard, with a similar ceremony at Samaritan.
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